Sam Nunberg, a former aide to the president, is very upset with special counsel Robert Mueller, who has issued him with a grand jury summons and subpoenaed all his communication with members of the president's inner circle. Robert Mueller is the lead counsel in the investigation on the president's involvement with the Russian government during his campaign. On Monday (March 5), Nunberg launched a tedious media campaign involving numerous TV interviews and phone calls to local media networks. He was apparently fired back in 2015 after posting racial comments on his Facebook, according to a report by The Sun.

Nunberg denies taking any alcohol

The former aide to the president was interviewed by MSNBC's Ari Melber and CNN's Erin Burnett who suggested he was drunk on live television. Burnett started questioning his odd behavior. She suggested he was sitting very close to her and went ahead and asked if he had been drinking as his breath reeked of alcohol. Mr. Nunberg denied having had any drink, claiming he was on antidepressant medication.

In one of his interviews with MSNBC, Nunberg stated that he had no problem testifying, and the only reason for defying the subpoena was because he does not want to go through an "80-hour" long session of checking his e-mails with former colleagues. Nunberg also claimed the investigation was a witch hunt for Republican Roger Stone, whom he considers a mentor and "family."

When asked by MSNBC's Katy Tur if he thought Robert Mueller and his team had anything on Donald Trump, Mr.

Nunberg replied saying he is not sure, but he believes they might have something. These recent comments contradicted what he had said earlier on CNN. Nunberg had previously spoken on CNN claiming his aim was not to protect the president as Donald Trump was innocent. He also suggested the special counsel insinuates that Roger Stone had collaborated with Julian Assange's WikiLeaks group which released documents hacked from Hillary Clinton during the 2016 presidential campaign.

Roger Stone responds to allegations

Roger later made a statement on CNN saying he had no involvement with Russia nor the leaked documents. He also claimed to have been an adviser and friend to Trump for many years. The president has also denied the allegations. White House press secretary Huckabee Sanders defended the president, saying the White House is cooperating with Robert Mueller and his team. During his last interviews with TV channel NY1, Nunberg called the press secretary a joke and referred to her as unattractive.